Perron produced an assist and went plus-2 in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Bruins in Game 7.
Perron finished the postseason with seven goals and nine assists in 26 contests. The third time was the charm for the winger -- Perron is on his third stint with the Blues and can add Stanley Cup champion to his resume. The 31-year-old is coming off of a 46-point regular season, and he is under contract for three more seasons.
Perron recorded a helper, five shots and five hits in Sunday's 5-1 loss to the Bruins in Game 6.
Perron has been limited to two points in six games during the Stanley Cup Finals, but he has recorded 17 hits in the series. Throughout the playoffs, the 31-year-old winger has 15 points (seven goals, eight helpers) in 25 contests.
Perron scored the game-winning goal in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Bruins in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Perron's goal -- his seventh of the postseason -- proved to be valuable insurance when Boston's Jake DeBrusk scored three minutes later. The fiery winger also had two PIM in the contest, and the tally gives Perron 14 points in 24 games during the postseason run.
Perron scored a goal and added a helper in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Sharks in Game 6.
Perron redirected a Sammy Blais shot for the opening goal just 1:32 into the game, and then supplied a helper on Tyler Bozak's insurance tally in the third period. Perron is at six goals and 13 points through 19 postseason contests, including three goals and four helpers in six outings versus the Sharks.
Perron notched an assist and two hits in Sunday's Game 5 victory over the Sharks.
Perron is up to five points this series and 11 points in 18 postseason contests. The 30-year-old forward has been one of the team's best contributors during the playoffs, including chipping in four points on the power play. He'll try to keep rolling and help lead St. Louis to the finals after Game 6 on Tuesday.
Perron potted two goals -- one on the power play -- and added three hits and three shots in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Sharks in Wednesday's Game 3.
Perron scored the tying and go-ahead tallies in the second period, but Logan Couture would re-tie the score for the Sharks with 1:01 left in the third period. Perron has five goals and 10 points in 16 contests during the playoffs.
Perron registered an assist in Monday's 4-2 win over the Sharks in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.
Perron has a goal and two helpers in his last three games, giving him eight points through 15 contests in the postseason. The second-line winger is a solid depth option who could see more favorable deployment on home ice for the next two games.
Perron registered an assist in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
The helper gives Perron seven points in 14 games during the playoffs. The 30-year-old winger also has 36 shots on goal in the postseason, providing solid secondary scoring while skating on the Blues' second line.
Perron's second-period goal wound being the difference maker Sunday, as St. Louis forced Game 7 by defeating Dallas 4-1 in Game 6.
Perron hadn't scored in eight games but came through in a big way with his third snipe of the postseason. The veteran also finished a plus-2 and was a threat all afternoon, finishing with three shots on goal in 16:55 of ice time.
Perron scored a power-play goal on two shots in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Jets in Game 3.
Perron has two goals and a helper in three games so far, consistently producing offense from the second line. Perron had 46 points in 57 regular-season games this year, so DFS owners could do worse than the 30-year-old winger for Tuesday's Game 4.
Perron registered a power-play goal and another man-advantage assist in a 7-3 win over the Flyers on Thursday.
Perron now has 46 points in 2018-19, 14 of which have come with St. Louis on the man advantage. The veteran right winger now has four points in his last three games and seems to be heating up at the right time for the Blues as they head into the postseason.
Perron fired a shot on goal and didn't record a point in Saturday's win over the Devils.
Perron has just one point -- a goal -- in four games since his 17-game point streak ended. He continues to register minutes on the top power play with Vladimir Tarasenko and Ryan O'Reilly, so his lack of production shouldn't continue too long. His next chance to get into the action will be Monday versus the Avalanche.
Perron picked up an assist in Thursday's 5-2 win over Detroit.
Perron extended his point streak to 17 games (nine goals, 13 assists) with the assist. It's an impressive streak. He's just the fourth Blues player to have at least one point in 17 consecutive appearances. Perron joins Brett Hull (25 games in 1991-92, 20 in 1989-90) and Blake Dunlop (19 games in 1981-82).
Perron recorded two goals and an assist in a 7-2 victory against the Oilers on Tuesday.
With the return of Vladimir Tarasenko (upper body), the Blues dropped Perron from the top line before Tuesday's game, but that clearly wasn't an issue for the veteran winger. With his big night, he has his first 20-goal season since 2013-14 and third straight 40-point campaign. A lot of that production has come lately, as Perron has points in 16 consecutive games. He has nine goals and 20 points during that 16-game stretch. Overall, Perron has 20 goals and 40 points in 48 games this season.
Perron is set to be bumped from the top line versus Edmonton on Tuesday following the return of Vladimir Tarasenko.
In his two games back from injury, Perron picked up a goal and an assist, but will concede a spot on the first line to Vladimir Tarasenko, who is returning following an extended upper-body injury absence. It has been a tough season for the 30-year-old Perron, as he has been limited to just 47 games due to injury. When in the lineup, the winger has tallied 18 goals and 19 assists, putting him just three points shy of an eighth 40-point campaign.
Perron (upper body) was removed from injured reserve Saturday, signaling that he'll be good to go against the Penguins.
The Blues sent rookie Jordan Kyrou back to AHL San Antonio in a corresponding move. Perron's fashioned 17 goals and 18 assists over 45 games in his third career stint with the Blues. He seems to be picking his spots well based on a career-best shooting percentage (20.0), and the top-six winger has 10 power-play points to boot. Perron will be a sneaky DFS option on the heels of a 24-game injury hiatus.
Perron (upper body) will join the Blues on their upcoming three-game road trip, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
Perron's presence on the trip likely makes him a candidate to return at some point, though coach Craig Berube suggested Tuesday that he's not ready to return yet. The veteran winger hasn't laced up the skates for game action since Jan. 17 against the Bruins, but he has been practicing recently, so a return may finally be on the horizon.
According to coach Craig Berube, Perron (upper body) still isn't ready to rejoin the lineup, Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic reports.
When asked about Perron following Tuesday's morning skate, Berube told reporters "When he's ready to play, he'll let us know and we'll have a spot for him," which suggests St. Louis is unsure when the veteran winger may be ready to return to action. Perron hasn't played since Jan. 19 due to an upper-body injury, and with just 14 games remaining on the schedule, the Blues are likely focusing on getting him ready for the playoffs rather than rushing him back before he's fully recovered. Perron has been practicing with the team, which suggests he likely isn't too far off from rejoining the lineup, but at this point he should be considered out indefinitely.
Perron (upper body) won't join the Blues on their upcoming three-game road trip, Lou Korac of NHL.com reports.
Perron has been sidelined since Jan. 19 due to an upper-body injury, and St. Louis hasn't released much information regarding the progress he's made in his recovery since then, so at this point there's no telling when he might be ready to return to the lineup. Another update on the veteran forward's status should surface prior to next Tuesday's home matchup with Arizona.
Perron (upper body) won't play Saturday against the Stars, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Perron was playing great hockey before his injury, as he had a 13-game point streak going when he got hurt. Unfortunately, the final game of that streak came on Jan. 17, and he's been out ever since. While the Blues have gotten used to playing without the 30-year-old, getting him back in the lineup would help them in their playoff push, especially since they made Robby Fabbri a healthy scratch for this game. At least Perron is back skating with the team.
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